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Amelia Freer publishes 'Eat. Nourish. Glow.' ebook for Spring
February 13th 2014
As the woman behind Boy George's impressive weight loss and GTG's well-loved nutrition expert, it's only right that Amelia Freer should release a series of ebooks full of her invaluable advice. Judy Johnson downloads a copy...
Nutritional therapist Amelia Freer has been in GTG's little black book of go-to experts since the very beginning thanks to her extensive knowledge of food and smart approach to health. Now her infallible expertise is available to all in the form of her brand new seasonal e-shorts, available to download for iBook or Kindle.
The first of the Eat. Nourish. Glow ebooks, titles Spring, is ready for download today, and download it you must. As the mastermind credited for Boy George's dramatic weight loss as well as our very own Going South columnist Imogen Edwards-Jones', Amelia has become a household name for her ability to guide those struggling with extra weight or lifestyle issues onto the right track.
The brand new digital download gives you an introduction to Amelia's food philosophy; stepping away from processed, sugar-filled meals and switching to fresh, seasonal ingredients, starting of course with all that nature offers in springtime. Together with the six exclusive recipes concocted by the genius herself, it's a quick read to help start a long-term overhaul of your lifestyle.
With tips on how to make bite-sized changes to your diet for maximum effect and a long term plan of eating better for life, Amelia's advice is refreshing after January's abundance of fad diets and detoxes and best of all, it sounds manageable; three healthy meals a day is all it takes. We can do that, right?
For more information about Amelia Freer, visit her GTG profile. Eat. Nourish. Glow: Spring is published by Harper Collins today and available to download for 99p from www.freernutrition.com for both Kindle and iBooks. Amelia's first full-length book will be published in January 2015.
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